Bullies: Bullying and Child

Bullies: Bullying and Child

Threatening them, Making them feel uncomfortable or scared, Or making them do things they don’t want to do. Why do bullies bully? It provides people with a sense of power and it makes them feel big when they are taking away someone else’s power this brings popularity and high social statuses. However is this always the case? Evidence has shown that bullies often suffer from social or emotional problems. People often say ‘bullies bully because they feel bad about themselves’. This Is not an excuse nor Is It correct. The research consistently shows bullies have average or above average self esteem.

Researchers also emphasize that parents play a role. If a parent models aggression, the child might learn to as well. Parents should teach their children about how to handle conflict correctly and appropriately. All about bullies Bullies are always going to be every where. No matter what school, country or continent. There will always be bullies. Don’t let yourself or others around you, be victimized. You should always stand up too bully, underneath all the swagger bullies are Just cowards. They act mean to make themselves seem confident. When they are intimidating or making other people feel small, they are taking away their human sights.

And that is unacceptable. You, being a parent must worry about your child, just because 90% of students are victims of bullying, One in four teachers, see nothing wrong with bullying. And only a shocking 4% will Intervene. This may be very distressing as they are disgusting static that are unfortunately true. The teachers may reassure you about bullying, though you should always talk to your child about these sensitive issues. Teachers rarely get involved with stopping the bullying. They get involved when it gets ‘serious’. Bullying is always serious. It may have terrible consequences. Do you think bullying is acceptable?

The school your child attends may have an excellent curriculum, amazing teacher, great sporting facilities but does counseling good enough? Will you ever know? A type bullying that is increasing rapidly is cyber bullying. As technology gets better, more and more people tend to get a hold of electronic devices more easy. Cyber bullying happens both in and outside the school walls. This may mean your child is receiving messages that aren’t pleasant. Cyber bullying doesn’t always mean relieving rude messages it could also be degrading images or impersonating someone on a social networking site.

How do you know when your child is being bullied? Every parent likes to think they know their child’s moods and characteristics. But it has been proven that the results of bullying can have marked effect on your child’s behavior and also have marked ability on there concentration and learning at school. Have you noticed the changes? Listed below are a few common signs of bullying: Loss of appetite, Lack of concentration, Erratic mood swings- one minute talkative, the next silent Withdrawal from the company of others Sleep disorders Bed wetting (occasionally)

And not wanting to attend school. These may sound like obvious signs of bullying but it has been well documented that children suffering from bullying tend to try and disguise them in order to detract attention from themselves and there vulnerability. Do you still know your child? What to do if you suspect your suspect your child is being bullied? The fist and ultimate thing to do is to keep calm. This may sound irrational, especially given that no parent likes to think their child is coming to any harm. But it does help to keep a cool head especially if you are wrong.

You shouldn’t be frightened to open a conversation about this topic with your child. Sitting your child down in a quiet and comfortable atmosphere will give you more of an advantage rather than shouting and commanding them to tell you what is happening. Discuss your thoughts with your child and your child may even open up willingly. Again it’s also been documented that children feel uncomfortable when talking about their vulnerability. There has been a few cases where children are scared to tell there parents. Let your child know you are there for them. Show them you care. Fathomable.